The Knicks are right back it tonight as they host the Bucks.
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Al Trautwig, Alan Hahn and Wally Szczerbiak look at how Daymean Dotson propelled the Knicks to a big win over Miami.
New York is 4-9 in the second game of back-to-back sets this season.
Kenny Albert and Walt "Clyde" Frazier break down the performance from Daymeon Dotson in the Knicks' win over the Heat.
Dotson became the first Knicks rookie to have a 30-10 game since Patrick Ewing.
With Tim Hardaway Jr. (ankle) doubtful for tonight’s game, expect Dotson to see heavy minutes again.
What does he have in store for an encore?
Damyean Dotson wasn’t the only Knicks rookie to have a big night on Friday.
This was especially encouraging after they all struggled Tuesday against Orlando with just eight points combined.
Bill Pidto and Alan Hahn recap the action from the Knicks' 120-112 loss to the Bucks in Milwaukee.
New York is looking for their first win of the season against Milwaukee, as the Bucks have won the three previous meetings.
Their most recent matchup resulted in a 120-112 Bucks win on March 9.
The Knicks have struggled against the Bucks recently, losing 11 of the last 14 against them.
In addition to Tim Hardaway Jr. (ankle), Enes Kanter (back, wrist), who has missed the last three games, is also doubtful.
Also, Michael Beasley, who returned last night after missing Tuesday’s game with an illness, left last night’s game in the first minute with a left knee contusion and is questionable for tonight’s game.
With Enes Kanter sidelined, Kyle O’Quinn had stepped up and filled in admirably at the center position.
O’Quinn had 14 points and 14 rebounds in just 22 minutes last night and is averaging 11.7 points, 13.7 rebounds and 3 blocks over the last three games.